Loaded on Dec. 15, 1993 by John Perotti published in Prison Legal News December, 1993, page 15
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- Gender Based Treatment Disparity Violates Equal Protection, by Ed Mead
- Retaliation for Legal Action States Claim
- Prison Medical Treatment Law Explained
- Damages Awarded to Paraplegic Prisoner
- Lead Poisoning, by Ronald Wren
- Segregation of HIV+ Prisoners Upheld, Again
- Washington Civil Commitment Law Upheld
- BOP Must Disclose Medical Records
- Nearly Third of All Prison Deaths Due to AIDS
- No Witnesses for IFP Litigant
- Riot Hits FCI Sheridan
- Lucasville: A Brief History, by John Perotti
- Bullet Smuggling Guard Sentenced
- Irish POWs Battle Extradition, by Paul Wright
- From The Editor, by Paul Wright
- A Bunch of Scumbags, by Adrian Lomax
- Christopher "Naeem" Trotter Needs Support Against Injustice!
- A Call for an Investigation of the U.S. Parole Commission, by Elton Winchester
- Cop's Perjury Conviction Upheld
- Prosecutorial Liability Explained
- Threat States 8th Amendment Claim
- Qualified Immunity for Black Box
- Family Visiting Info Wanted, by John Perotti
- TB Test Info Needed, by Milton Pacheco
- Corruption at McNeil Island
- Ex Post Facto Conflict Within Ninth Circuit
- No Right to Unmonitored Mail to Media, Clergy
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- Ohio Update, Feb. 15, 1996
- Ohio Activist Needs Help, May 15, 1995
- Lucasville 1994 "Spilt Milk", Jan. 15, 1995
- Repression Ohio Style, June 15, 1994
- Book Review: Subpoena George Bush - The Anatomy of a Cover Up, May 15, 1994
- Ohio Targets Activists as "Gang Members", April 15, 1994
- What's Wrong in the Ohio DOC?, Feb. 15, 1994
- Lucasville: A Brief History, Dec. 15, 1993
- Family Visiting Info Wanted, Dec. 15, 1993
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